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Spice Of The Day: Saffron

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Today’s “herb of the day” is a spice with a fascinating history and a wide variety of uses – Saffron.

Saffron has been in use since the most ancient of times – even before the Egyptians and Sumerian cultures were around!

It was used by Cleopatra as an aphrodisiac, by medieval peoples as a plague medicine and was once so valuable that a war was fought over it. It was even once thought that clothes dyed in saffron had rejuvenating properties that contributed to longevity (how’s that for a marketing line?) Saffron is one of the world’s most expensive spices -though fortunately the tiniest amount goes a long way. It is even thought to have anti-cancer properties.

Here are some useful resources for learning about / using Saffron:

Our own Saffron Page has a very detailed write-up with numerous uses, benefits, facts and history.

Saffron is widely available and can be purchased online. Looking around on Amazon I found several brands – here is one that at the time of writing has a “perfect score” of 35 5-star feedbacks and rave reviews: You can see from the reviews that saffron has a true “cult following” ==> http://amzn.to/10WMJ91


Do you use saffron? Have you noticed any health benefits? Let us know in the comments or on our Facebook page.

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